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The suffering of others is over-produced and turned into a soap opera
I don't like this style of production at all. Dreary piano music in the background, too many close ups of "in your face" talking heads, long waits with nothing happening sexed up by changing the camera angle every two seconds of someone lying in bed, all this does nothing for me except distracts. The viewer is told what to watch and what emotions to empathise with instead of being allowed time to think.
People get upset over the illness of a loved one, but they go through other emotions as well and the tear jerking production doesn't do justice to this.
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